Iridology is a prognostic science and a qualitative method of assessing the state and function of the organic systems that make up the human body, which provides useful information, beneficial for the prevention of human health. Iridology uses iridoscopy, that is, the photographing of the iris of the eye with a special camera, and iridanalysis, that is, the analysis and processing of images of the iris, to draw conclusions.
Unlike conventional diagnostic methods (blood biochemistry, urine, faecal, radiological, radiodiagnostic analysis, etc.), iridology is only qualitative in nature and can distinguish a possible organic problem or a tendency to disease, but without being able to characterize it or name it. So an iridologist can tell a patient that he or she probably has a problem with his or her liver, but he or she cannot name the type and nature of the problem.
Iridoscopy can show if someone has cholesterol, but not their blood levels. Although iridology is a scientific branch of medicine, it is neither a medical nor a diagnostic procedure. The iridologist is not necessarily a doctor, but may be a healthcare professional who has at least a basic knowledge of physiopathology, anatomy and biochemical testing.
What is its advantage?
The invaluable advantage of iridology is that it can assess the health status of a patient in the past, present and future, to distinguish between disease trends and organic weaknesses, acquired or inherited. For the reasons mentioned above, we say that iridescent analysis is a prognostic and non-diagnostic method, useful for all people, healthy or sick, who are interested in learning about their organic weaknesses and their organic state in order to prevent their health. in the future.
Iridology can prevent heart attacks, strokes, degenerative diseases and malignancies long before they appear with symptoms, giving the patient and his doctor time to act appropriately. Iridology is absolutely necessary, as an invaluable tool of preventive medicine. Iridoanalysis can be used, along with other diagnostic methods, by a physician as a fully personalized assessment tool to draw more accurate, complete conclusions, which can make the patient's treatment more personalized, more targeted, and more effective.
Iridology, Psychoanalysis and Stress
Iridoanalysis can provide very useful information about a person's mental state, reveal mood swings, phobias, obsessions, hallucinations, and, more generally, the mental state of a patient. Since almost all modern humans are under the influence of strong stress, iridescent analysis can show a patient's stress level as well as the organic systems that embody this stress.
Iridology in the treatment of disease
Iridology is not a therapeutic method. Iridoanalysis can be extremely helpful during the treatment of a disease, because it can show if the treatment is going well long before its effects are visible, otherwise its shape will change. In this way, it can help in a treatment of allopathic (pharmacochemical or physical) medicine, in a treatment of homeopathic medicine or even in a treatment of acupuncture or reflexology as a criterion for the success of the treatment.
Iridoscopy can be combined with conventional diagnostic tests to draw more complete conclusions about a patient's health level.
The process of iridoscopy and iridescent analysis
The iridologist takes a brief history of the patient's health and then takes several photographs of the iris of his two eyes. He does this with a special camera (iridoscope), which is usually digital. The images are then analyzed using a special iridology map and, sometimes, a special digital image processing program.
The findings are taken into account in the patient's history and the final iridological report is prepared for the patient. This report may contain recommendations for further examinations or for a visit to another specialty of the wider health sector.